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[texts]Renewable Fuels Agency 2008/09 annual report to Parliament on the renewable transport fuel obligation - Renewable Fuels Agency

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[texts]Fat of the Land - Veg Oil Food Facts
Fat of the Land - Veg Oil Food Facts
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[texts]Year two of the RTFO: Renewable Fuels Agency 2009/10 annual report to Parliament on the renewable transport fuel obligation - Renewable Fuels Agency
This is the second year of operation of the Renewable Transport Fuel Obligation and this report outlines the progress that is being made in encouraging the use of sustainable biofuels in the UK. It provides statistical evidence on an evolving market and highlights good practice as well as those areas where more work is needed. There is potential for biofuels to play a useful role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions without causing substanial environmental damage...
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